Current Research on Mathematical Inequalities II
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 June 2024 | Viewed by 6218
Interests: mathematical statistics; applied statistics; data analysis; probability; applied probability; analytic inequalities
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The subject of mathematical inequalities has always fascinated mathematicians, and is still the subject of numerous research articles. Mathematical inequalities can be self-sufficient, or be key parts of proofs of important theorems in all branches of mathematics. Inequalities are essential to mathematics; thus, any advancements in this area are welcome.
The recent success of the Special Issue "Current Research on Mathematical Inequalities" published in Axioms is proof of this. On this solid foundation, Axioms offers a new research space on mathematical inequalities, entitled "Current Research on Mathematical Inequalities II". The objective is to compile cutting-edge research the most recent advances regarding various types of mathematical inequality. Inequalities that are purely mathematical, applied mathematical, or based on strong conjecture are all acceptable. Only papers that are flawlessly written, organized, and contain novel research findings will be taken into consideration.
The following are just a few examples of the research topics considered in this Special Issue: conjectural inequalities with numerical evidence; inequalities in analysis (sophisticated or not, with special functions or not, applied or not); inequalities in approximation theory; inequalities in combinatorics; inequalities in economics; inequalities in geometry; inequalities in mechanics; inequalities in number theory; inequalities in optimization; inequalities in physics; inequalities in probability; and inequalities in statistics.
Dr. Christophe Chesneau
Manuscript Submission Information
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- inequalities in theoretical mathematics
- inequalities in applied mathematics
- inequalities in physics
- inequalities in probability and statistics
- conjectural inequality with numerical evidence